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Virtual walk-a-thon for a good cause

The Kids-N-Hope Foundation announced its third annual virtual Rhapsody and Rhythm Walk-A-Thon & 5K. Participants can sign up to fundraise and take part in this seven-day event and walk at their own pace to reach their 5K goal. The annual walk-a-thon takes place from Sunday, April 7, through Saturday, April 13, and aims to raise funds for the foundation’s mission to support children’s health and life services throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.

Participants can create a team, join a team or fundraise as an individual to meet their personal goal and help the foundation reach its $30,000 goal for this year’s event. Participants are also encouraged to share their 5K journey on social media and tag the foundation. All proceeds will benefit the Kids-N-Hope Foundation, which aims to enhance children’s health and life services through pediatric music therapy and music programs at local hospitals and not-for-profit organizations.

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“We are so excited to host our third annual walk-a-thon & 5k and we encourage all of our supporters to get up and get moving,” said Bruce K. Foulke, founder and chairman of the Kids-N-Hope Foundation and president and CEO of American Heritage Credit Union. “Our virtual event allows our foundation supporters to participate from wherever they are and whenever they choose throughout the week. We’re proud to celebrate our foundation and its mission through these fundraising initiatives and events, and we look forward to continuing to fund the amazing work our beneficiaries do each and every day for pediatric health and life services.”For more event information and to register, visit www.KNHWalk.org or call 215-969-2938. ••

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